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Emma’s boxing clever for Cancer Research UK

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Risin’ up, back on the street… Teaching assistant Emma Walton is going to be stepping into the boxing ring later this year to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Emma, 43, who works at Pirehill First School has started a gruelling eight-week training programme to make sure she’s ready for her official boxing match in June. Over to Emma… “I had steadily been ...

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Louise wins £450 of goodies from Stone independent traders

Stone Independent Traders

A Stone shopper has had a great start to the new year after winning the Stone Independent Traders’ Christmas hamper competition. Before Christmas, lots of Stone’s independent town centre businesses got together to provide a great competition prize – a hamper containing £450 worth of goodies, including gift vouchers and other items from: Fleur Tea Rooms Outdoor Pursuits Hylands Plants the Jewellers ...

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Music day fundraising vouchers on sale

Glitz in the Bag

Stone’s independent traders put their money where their mouth is to raise funds for the 2015 Stone Music Festival. As per our report earlier this month (read about it here) Stone’s fantastic independent traders have banded together to put on a day of music and fun after this year’s Stone Music Festival had to be cancelled due to funding issues. ...

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Stone Fathers Day Gift Guide

Fathers Day is Sunday 15th June 2014 so we’ve put together this gift guide for budgets from less than a tenner to hundreds of pounds. Please mention the A Little Bit Of Stone Fathers Day Gift Guide if you decide to take up any of these offers. £10 or less Description: Fathers Day Cards by Five Dollar Shake (blank inside) ...

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History Monthly: Stone street names part 4

This month Philip Leason, chairman of Stone Historical Society, continues to look at Street names associated with people. Find out about President Kennedy’s visit to Stone (when he was a young Washington Post reporter), the filming of a silent movie in the town in 1916, the building of the market hall (now Stone library) and lots, lots more. Thanks Philip ...

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Be a Totally Locally hero on June 23rd!

Totally Locally – a campaign that encourages local people to shop in their local towns – launches in Stone on Saturday 23rd June with a great Totally Locally Day in the town centre. Stone’s Totally Locally team will be in the Market Square on the day with information of the many special offers and discounts available from the independent shops ...

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All set for the countdown to Christmas!

The first window will be opened and the first Christmas story told on Thursday as December heralds the return of Stone Advent Windows. The giant community Advent calendar will again be revealed day by day in Stone shop windows in the lead-up to Christmas. The chosen theme this year is Christmas stories from around the world and storytellers are all set ...

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Valentine’s craft fair for breast cancer charity

A Valentine’s craft fair will be held at Stone station community building on Saturday 12th February to raise money for breast cancer research. The craft fair – which is being organised by Stone Chiropractic (The Fillybrooks) and Chantillys (High Street) – runs between 11am and 2pm. Entry costs £3, which includes a cup of tea and a slice of cake! ...

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Advent Window shops revealed

The 23 shops and businesses that are taking part in Christ Church’s Advent Window project in December have been revealed. The giant community Advent calendar will be revealed day by day in and around the High Street in the build-up to Christmas. Twenty-three shops and businesses will decorate their windows as different Christmas carols and open their windows on a ...

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